Acciona lands green power purchasing agreement

The energy company expects that the deal will lead to major growth in the sales of renewable energy.

Spanish utility Acciona has entered a power purchasing agreement (PPA) with the industrial conglomerate Unilever to supply 23 GWh green power for one year, informs the company.

The deal will supply Unilever with electricity for all of the company's production locations in Spain. The contract will help Acciona increase the energy company's sales of 100 percent renewable energy, and the firm expects to grown this segment 18 percent in 2018. Last year, 5,000 GWh of this power was sold.

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